Oct 102013

Adam Sandler decided he needed/wanted more money than he already has, so he’s called up pals Chris Rock, David Spade and Kevin James, organised a catch up, filmed the entire thing and released it as Grown Ups 2 the sequel to their first hang out. Does it resemble more of a film this time around? My review after the jump.

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Oct 042013


Do you know much about the piracy hostage attack in 2009 that involved four Somali pirates and an American captain? If you responded with ‘I’m sorry, what?’ then let director Paul Greengrass and star Tom Hanks tell you a truly incredible story. My review of Captain Phillips after the jump.

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Sep 232013


The Princess of Wales, former husband of Prince Charles and renowned Humanitarian during the mid 90’s. So, if Diana, the 117 minute saga chronicling two years in the life of possibly the most famous woman alive from 1995 to 1997 isn’t about her humanitarian work nor her marriage to Prince Charles, nor her decisions when in power and especially not her independence as a renowned female figure, then what story could be in store for such an elusive character? My review of Diana after the jump.

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Sep 082013

Woody Allen (although through genuine sadness), once again tells a story from the basis of a joke, to which Cate Blanchett’s Jasmine is unaware of; “At a cocktail party, one woman said to another, ‘Aren’t you wearing your wedding ring on the wrong finger?’ The other replied, ‘Yes, I am, I married the wrong man.” The joke is concise, the punch line effective, yet why aren’t we laughing? My review of Blue Jasmine after the jump.
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Aug 272013


Horror film scenario: A room full of rich, not too likable white people who spend almost every breath bickering and complaining, notice something strange, something very odd about one of their house guests… Could it be the arrow that’s mysteriously appears pierced through his head? This marks the beginning of a night of brutality, deception, self-awareness and bloodshed of the highest order. My review of You’re Next after the jump.

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